The Goddess of Ur, the Anunnaki and the Star Peoples
Indigenous peoples, like the Hopi and the Dogon, recount very similar creation stories about the “star peoples”, who came down from the heavens to teach them all they knew. The Sumerians’ creation myth, the Enuma Elish, along with the Egyptian and Indian creation myths, could also be read in this way. So does this mean that ancient astronauts once came down to Earth?
I know the late Zecharia Sitchin thought so. His dying wish was for the completion of the Goddess of Ur Genome Project, which is petitioning the museum that is housing the bones of the Sumerian Nin.Puab to allow them to be DNA tested. This, Mr Stichin was sure, would reveal that Nin.Puab, whose skeletal remains were found in the Royal Tomb at Ur, was not of the human race but from another planetary system. He believed that she was one of the ancient astronauts of the race of the Anunnaki from the planet Nibiru.
Because of Sitchin’s work, we now hear talk around the internet about the Sumerian gods, the Anunnaki, as if their existence as a race from outer space is a fact and that their return to steal our gold is imminent.
This is utter and unmitigated bilge, purely designed to frighten us. From my study of mythology of more than 40 years, and added to that my memories of a previous lifetime as a priestess of Ishtar in Babylon, plus my experience as a shaman, my understanding of the Anunnaki and Nibiru is very different.
From that experience, I believe that the current stories doing the rounds about the Anunnaki and the 3,600 year old cycle of the Planet Nibiru to be just another psy-ops campaign concocted by a very high level Freemason, which Zecharia Sitchin was, and created for the same reason that all psy-ops campaigns are created, in order to control and dominate the peoples of Earth. The Anunnaki/Nibiru one is very clever, as Sitchin was, for many reasons including:
- It piggy backs on one of the most successful psy-ops campaigns of all time, that of a real dying and resurrecting Sun god
- It plays on the fact that most people can’t or won’t have time to actually read the texts from the Sumerian cuneiform tablets for themselves
To elaborate on the first point, in studying mythology, we find that many of the events in the so-called ‘life of Jesus’ had been told many times before, for thousands of years before he was even supposed to have lived. The dying and resurrecting Sun god was an astronomical metaphor for the winter solstice which was passed on in the oral teaching traditions of priest astronomers across Mesopotamia, Egypt, Greece and India when they underwent their Mystery initiations during the Neolithic period (after the last Ice Age).
So why did the ancients mix up the teachings of science and the teaching of religion? It was because to them, there was no difference. It is only us today who have been taught to separate science from God or spirituality … and we’ve also been trained through Judaeo-Christianity to see God as a sort of angry, vengeful Jehovah figure.
However, that prevailing view is slowly changing and now there are scientists at the Hadron Collider 17 mile-long tunnel in Switzerland looking for the “God Particle”, in other words, the self-organising principle of all life.
What they don’t realise it that our early ancestors already knew about this self-organising principle and the ancient Sumerians, Egyptians and Indians called it the Anu … which is where the word Anunnaki comes from.
Anu is the oldest word for God or self-organising principle. It is the Spirit at the heart of all matter. And the energetic or spirit products of the Anu (the Children of the Anu) were known as the Annuna, who Sitchin rechristians the Anunnaki.
Anu (Sanskrit) As a noun, an atom of matter; as an adjective, atomic, fine, minute. A title of Brahma, conceived as both infinitesimal and universal, thus pointing to the pantheistic character of divinity. Hence, every anu is “a centre of potential vitality, with latent intelligence in it” (SD 1:567; cf FSO 273-5, 431). In the Bhagavad-Gita (8:9) Arjuna is enjoined to meditate on the “seer,” i.e., the enlightened, omniscient One, who is “more atomic than the atom” (anor aniyamsam) and yet “the supporter of all” (cf VP 1:2, 5:1; ChU 3:14, 3-4, Katha 2:20, MU 3:1,
Anu (Chaldean) Supreme god of the Babylonian pantheon, king of angels and spirits, ruler of destiny, lord of the city of Erech or Uruk — later Ur. One of the loftiest of Babylonian divinities, part of a trinity with Enlil and Ea, he was especially the god of heaven, creator of star spirits and of the demons of cold, rain, and darkness. His consort Antum or Anatum was mother of the gods. Anu was the concealed deity; in the Chaldean account of Genesis, he is the passive deity, however, “the primordial chaos, the god time and world at once, chronos, and kosmos, the uncreated matter issued from the one and fundamental principle of all things” (IU 2:423).
Anu was also the ‘god word’ in Egypt where many priests were named Anu or Anubis, and the city of Heliopolis (renamed as the City of the Sun by the Greeks) was originally named Anu.
For those who prefer videos, there is a good one here about shamanism and the self-organising principle of the Anu.
From this, you will see the Anu takes the shape of two vortexes, one upon the other and also known as the double vortex, or ascending and descending dragons. It is also represented by the double pyramid:
Here is how its double vortical magnetic field supports the Earth.
In this diagram, you can see how the energy of the double vortex flows in and out, and it forms a doughnut-like shape around its middle, known as a torus.
I’m sure Zecharia Sitchin was an intelligent man, and so he would have known that nowhere in the Sumerian texts is Nibiru referred to as a planet, but as an Earthly city. Nibiru is mentioned many times throughout the cuneiform clay tablets as a very important city because it is housed a sacred shrine to Anu, the “God Particle”.
There is also nothing in the Sumerian texts about rockets, other planets or an evil race of Anunnaki who come from outer Space.
The Biblical story about the Judaic equivalent, the Nephilim, often gets quoted as proof that they came to the Earth and made love with the “daughters of man”. But this is a metaphor for how Spirit combines with matter ~ another term for electromagnetic energy. In ancient myths, Spirit is usually depicted as the male principle and Matter (mater, maternal) is represented as female. This story is about the act of fertility that is at the heart of the creation which is electromagnetic.
That Sitchin was part of a psy-ops initiative, or at least one that sets out to deceive, is clear from his omissions, from his made-up translations, from his truncated quotes and extracts taken out of context, and from the amount of repetition there is in his copious, confusing to the general reader and complex Earth Chronicles which could also be an early form of NLP with its use of ‘redundant pattern recognition’.
When Sitchin was asked to provide references for his ‘beliefs’, he would wave away the enquirier with ‘it’s all in the books’. There are references and a bibliography of sorts in his books, but there are none to reference the more sensational part of his story regarding the Anunnaki coming from Space on rockets or the “planet Nibiru”.
The Annuna or Anunnaki were known as the Aryans in ancient India, and both are translated to Noble Ones. The Anunnaki or Aryans were the original spirits of the Anu, who taught the shaman priests everything they needed to know for survival ~ agriculture, smithery, astronomy, geomancy, sacred geometry etc. But these Anunnaki/Aryan spirits didn’t come to Earth on rockets to teach our ancestors. Even today (but particularly then) shamans learn from the spirits (Anunnaki/Aryans/Elohim/Archangels) through the shamanic trance known as ‘journeying’. It is not a physical journey. Shamans don’t journey by going ‘off-planet’ but by going ‘off dimension’. Going ‘off-planet’ may be fun, but going ‘off dimension’ is even better because it evolves your consciousness to a higher level in a way that no amount of trips to Mars can ever achieve.
We can go to Mars, or we can go even to the Pleiades or to the Andromeda Galaxy or Sirius, if we could built a rocket to get there. But we would still be in this 3D dimension and, therefore, our consciousness would be the same as it is now. We would stay the same in our consciousness but just be in a different place. However, if we learn to journey like a shaman does to other dimensions, then there is an opportunity for self-transformation and spiritual evolution through enhanced consciousness, as well as a greater understanding about the building blocks of this universe.
And so this, in my opinion, is the birthright that has been stolen from us by various psy-ops campaigns over the millennia which include Christianity, Darwinism, Western material science, atheism masquerading as humanism ~ and not least this little beaut from Sitchin about the Anunnaki and the planet Nibiru, which will also make a great psychological foundation for any false flag ET invasion they have planned.
But it’s been very easy for various psy-ops initiatives to persuade us that the Anunnaki are bogey men from outer space because they’ve never experienced shamanic states of consciousness, and I include the late Zecharia Stitchin in that group. My own experience while in the shamanic trance state is that it’s very easy to reach other worlds in the blink of an eye, where one can obtain guidance and information from the entities one meets there.
It’s becoming increasingly evident that our ancient ancestors practised shamanic journeying too, in which they mentally travelled into other dimensions to receive guidance from the ‘gods’ aka the “star peoples”, aka “the fae” ~ or “the sidhe” as they are known in Ireland. It can be no coincidence that ‘sid’ is the Sanskrit root for star, hence the word ‘sidereal’ is used for star-based astrology (as opposed to the solar based).
This practice of our ancestors is reflected in the Wheels of the Year, otherwise known as Medicine Wheels. One of the oldest of these is from the Dendera Temple in Egypt, now housed in a museum in Paris.
You will see that the Dendera Wheel contains many animals and much other assorted weirdness! That’s because the Wheel of the Year, sometimes known as the Medicine Wheel, connects the four directions of North, South, East and West with the seasons, deities, elements, colours and creatures of the sacred knowledge of a society or culture. It also connects the above with the below, and the centre, making it a wheel of seven directions.
That said, the Wheels of the Year or Medicine Wheels are not just flat diagrams replicating the realms of the “star people” above. When we look at a Medicine Wheel, what we see is just a 2D representation of what is, in fact, a 3D spiral of the microcosmic within macrocosmic. As above, so below. The access to the star people is instantaneous and it is a holographic vortex. In other words, they are here with us now, and we are with them.
So I’m afraid that the ancient astronaut theory about the Goddess of Ur and the Anunnaki is a non-runner for me. And now that Mr Stichin is ensconced in the Otherworlds, he will know that too ~ and no doubt be feverishly working out how he can get his influential books on the subject rescinded and remaindered fast… unless he’s still in the pay of the CIA, that is. But if he didn’t know before he certainly will now be realising that the aforementioned creation myths are not about ancient astronauts crossing time and space in rockets and spaceships. There was, and still is, no need for spacecraft, because nobody needs to ‘go’ anywhere. The Star Peoples are already here. We just need to open our doors of perception to see them.
The Sacred Sex Rites of Ishtar
Shamanic sexual healing and sex magic
The article above is by the shaman Ishtar Babilu Dingir, who is also the author of The Sacred Sex Rites of Ishtar. It is about sex magic across dimensions that leads to greater self empowerment and creative intelligence, which she has been taught by her guiding spirits, over decades. Ishtar explains, however, that this is not a New Age teaching, but a very old one, and that she is merely reconstituting a practice in which our earlier ancestors were skilled and which they valued highly as a means of spiritual evolution.
In Part I, Ishtar lays the foundation stone for this teaching by showing the ancient artwork, iconography and orally transmitted lore underlying these sacred shamanic sex practices, which seem to have fallen out of favour after the destruction of the Mystery Groves and the Library of Alexandria.
Ishtar uses erotic poetry and engravings from ancient Egypt, Crete, India, Sumer and Babylon to show that sacred sex was part of the Kingship rites, and that the spirits were present in the lovemaking. She also finds evidence for the practice of the Faery Marriage, and what she believes is the original meaning of the Holy Grael which can be traced back to Neanderthals about 45,000 years ago.
Ishtar unravels ancient myths to show that they are really “Trojan horses” of sacred dramas which carry the secret keys of this ancient sex magic teaching. She is also the first to discover the allegorical sub-strata containing the keys to shamanic sex magic in Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, based on alchemy and the Alchemical Marriage. She gives the same treatment to the story of the Woman at the Well in the Gospel of John.
Ishtar also describes how Babylon has been deliberately demonised by who we now call the Zionists and their proxy armies who have, for millennia, been trying to turn it into a pile of rubble. This is because of the power of the sacred geometry created by the Ishtar Gate and the Tower of Babylon, she says, which created the conditions for a portal, or a ‘Stargate’, into other dimensions.
In Part II of The Sacred Sex Rites of Ishtar, Ishtar shows the metaphysical anatomy of the human being, and then reveals the secret techniques of shamanic sex magic, so that people can try them for themselves.
Although this may seem like quite a complex subject, her past experience as a national newspaper journalist in the UK – Sunday Times, Sunday Express, Mail on Sunday – has given Ishtar the ability to explain some quite dense material in simple everyday language to produce an engaging, page-turner of a book. She also writes with great humour!
To find out more, just click on the book below.
Along the same lines as this article is The Layman’s Guide to 11-11-11, which discusses the role of Psy-Ops in creating horror stories about the Anunnaki that are ‘channelled’ to Ascensionists.